Support Guts UK whilst shopping ’til you drop

14th June 2019

If you often shop online, you can raise money for Guts UK whilst purchasing from your favourite retailers by using easyfundraising and Amazon Smile.


Our supporters to date have already raised over £500.00 on easyfundraising by selecting Guts UK as their chosen charity. This easy-to-do method allows shoppers to send a percentage of whatever they spend with retailers to Guts UK, at no extra cost to you.

Easyfundraising & Amazon Smile are both completely free tools. As every penny goes a long way, each individual donation really adds up. For example, spending £100 at Sainsbury’s would mean donating £2.50 to Guts UK.

Retailers taking part include:


• Marks & Spencers

• Argos

• asos

• Next

• Tesco

• and many more


By remembering Guts UK whilst you shop, you’re helping us fund much-needed research into the digestive system from top to tail. You’re working with us towards a future where digestive conditions are better treated, better understood and everyone who lives with one gets the support they need.

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